Earlier this year, the Center for American Progress and the American Enterprise Institute commissioned a series of papers looking at various aspects of ESEA. In particular, the series of seven papers look at less-popular, but perhaps more impactful, aspects of Title I that, if addresses in reauthorization, could have far-reaching impacts for our nation's schools.
Start with this great overview of the papers, and then read each of the seven, covering:
- Consequences of Distrust
- Supplemental Education Services
- Parent Involvement
- Education Productivity
- Gov't Role the Works for Schools